Two friends and colleagues who served for 10 years in the Ukrainian 1st Marine Battalion, Olga Mednova and Yulia Medinskaya, hugged each other tightly outside the Grey Barracks in Feodosia, Crimea, on March 24. [more]
Since the start of the Russian occupation of Ukraine's Crimea, these men have often been seen guarding the Crimean parliament, manning on the roadblock posts or storming Ukrainian military bases throughout the peninsula. [more]
Since July 2013, Belarus and China have started building a comprehensive strategic partnership, by signing multiple key agreements, which would lead to an anticipated 150 mutually beneficial investment projects until 2020. [more]
Filing out of their Ukrainian language school - one of just six in the whole of Crimea - fourth graders Lisa and Masha spoke of how much they enjoy studying here. “This is because we are Ukrainians,” they said with wide smiles. [more]
Relations between Belarusian literature and a city have always been very complicated. In this unequal marriage, literature repeatedly ran to its endless lovers – a town, a farm, a village – leaving the city in none too good a plight. But the city was waiting. [more]
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